Rosie Andrews & Francesca May: Seasons of the Witch

  • Fri 19 Aug 10:00 - 11:00
  • Baillie Gifford Sculpture Court
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  • Baillie Gifford Sculpture Court
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Rosie Andrews & Francesca May: Seasons of the Witch

Something wicked this way comes in two historical page-turners infused with witchcraft. The Leviathan, by Rosie Andrews, is set in Norfolk, 1643. A level-headed soldier investigates accusations of dark magic and finds more than he can reason with. In Francesca May’s Wild and Wicked Things, a young woman is lured into a world of blood debts and strange enchantment. It’s the early 20th century and magic haunts Crow Island. Andrews and May speak to Alice Tarbuck today.

Categories: Fiction, History, Women/Feminism

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